Grants & Awards
ABS Grants & Awards
The Animal Behavior Society manages several different types of grants and awards including Meeting Related Awards, Student Related Awards, Developing Nations Research Grants, Travel Awards, and Career Awards.
- Warder Clyde Allee Competition, Diversity, Founders’ Memorial Poster Award, the Genesis Award for the Outstanding Undergraduate Poster Presentation, and Charles H. Turner Award.
- The Developing Nations Research Grants are intended to provide financial support for scientific studies of animal behavior conducted by ABS researchers in developing countries. Applicants apply via a single application process along with the student research grants. The Developing Nations Research Grant may support both students as well as established professionals.
- The Latin American Travel Awards are intended to encourage greater participation of Latin American researchers in ABS meetings, by helping to defray the costs of international travel, housing and/or meals at the meetings.
- Student research awards, the George W. Barlow Award, the E. O. Wilson Conservation Award, the Amy R. Samuels Cetacean Behavior Award. Graduate Student Research Grants.
- Distinguished Animal Behaviorist, Exemplar award, Quest award, Exceptional Service award and the Outstanding New Investigator award. For the Outstanding New Investigator, Quest, Exemplar, and Distinguished Animal Behaviorist awards.